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now. here in the city we're holding with temperatures in the lower 50s. it's 52 degrees. it's slow to fall here in town. the wind is still blowing just a little bit. gaithersburg has come up out of the 30s back up into the lower 40s and ght depends on -- we have the clear skies, the cooler air coming in behind the front earlier today. so that's funneling in, but if the winds stay up a little bit, it will keep temperatures from bottoming out in places. you can see most of the readings around and to the west of us are calm. here in the city we're still 13 miles per hour. that's what's keeping temperatures up in the lower 50s and i suspect that overnight tonight wind speeds will be down around 5, 6 miles per hour. so it definitely means it's going to be real cold in spots. freeze warning in places north and west. that includes montgomery county, just a frost advisory here in town and down to fairfax county, prince george's county and over towards the bay and anne arundel county, but again all those purple counties north and west, that's where it's going to get real cold tonight flirti
of scapegoating officers. >>> oakland mayor said the majority of officers obey the law and protect the city but called the chief's recommendations fair and balanced. >> because the complaints are wide ranging from covering up your badge, not having your camera on, actually hurting somebody. it's a wide range. >> she said the city plans to have a ruling on all complaints by october 25th which is the deadline required by state law. >> we have new information about a police standoff in holster. around 3:40 the stand off outside the home ended peacefully. it started yesterday afternoon when a man barricaded himself inside a house. just before midnight the swat team moved in to the area, active negotiations started about an hour later. police say no shots were fired and the suspect is a person of interest in the case of a missing mother. 25-year-old heather carroll was last seen wednesday morning after dropping her child off at school. early thursday her car was found on fire. her parents say the man involved was a friend of their daughter and was in her wedding. police say she wasn't inside
. rough day. right now making its move through the kansas city area. here's what you should plan on. you'll catch a lot of rain, one to three inches from des moines down to norman, oklahoma into dallas. there's a possibility for large hail, isolated tornado. we're in that time of air where air masses are clashing. the rainfall is a definite for you. large hail, the isolated tornadoes, that would be a classification of severe weather and national weather service saying it's a slight chance for your day today. be on alert, possibility of something churning up out there but the rainfall plan on it. that's a quick look at a portion of the country. here's a closer look at your weather for the weekend. >> make it a happy saturday everybody. rebecca, anthony over to you guys. >> leon panetta says the u.s. is facing a threat equivalent to 9/11. it will be carried out by computer. he describes a cyber pearl harbor. david martin has the story. >> reporter: u.s. officials say a cyber attack against the world's largest oil producer has been traced to hackers inside iran. another volley in an increas
. it's a dream realized through museum curator kenneth phillips who has long wanted his city, and especially the city's kids, to get a real feel for the danger and romance and wonder of space flight. >> every time he comes back to that fire ball and that's the real deal you're looking at. >> reporter: and look at it they've been doing. thousands along the 12-mile route of what l.a. mayor antonio villaraigosa has called the mother of all parades. >> i'm speechless. >> just an icon of america. >> really a phenomenal experience. >> reporter: there have been complaints about the 400 trees cut down along the route. though they'll be replaced two for one. and some shop keepers are lamenting lost business and some residents the fact that they can't get close to the spectacle in their own neighborhoods. >> they want to close off the streets so that we can't even be on the sidewalk. >> reporter: but "endeavour's" logbook is about to record its final entry. it's the real thing. >> every mark you see, every dent you see, everything that is there is revealing what the orbiter did and why
freezing early this morning. still on the relatively mild side here in the city limits where urban center temperatures are in the low 40s right now. it's 32 in manassas. 30 degrees below freezing now over much of northern montgomery county. 30 in frederick, maryland. 30 in martinsburg and 32 in winchester. freeze warnings still posted to the north and west of the downtown area through about 8:00 or 9:00 this morning. nothing showing up on radar. we'll be dry today and i suspect dry most if not all of your upcoming weekend. here's your saturday planner. plenty of sunshine. cool to chilly sunshine. highs today getting up into the upper 50s and low 60s. on the whole it's going t good day today. the big one between maryland and virginia. down in charlottesville a 3:00 kick off today. 64 degrees for the charlottesville -- in charlottesville for the game on the grounds of the university of virginia. if you want your game on tv this morning send me a request. chuck.bell@uni nbc.com. >> if you went to last night's game or stepped out of the door early this morning you know the d.c. area is feelin
effect in march. they cite a technicality saying only the city council has the power to impose such a ban. they also argue that the law infringes on personal freedom and unfairly targets certain businesses. >> and a medical student becomes a patient after she is diagnosed with cancer. and now she's using that experience to save the lives of her patients. dr. sanjay gupta has today's human factor. >> great. >> i think i always wanted to be a doctor. my dad was a physician. so i would always see him go into work. i was 6 or 7. he was always helping people. so that was my inspiration. >> just three months into her studies, the doctor said her life changed dramatically. suddenly, something she was learning about seemed to really apply to her. >> i had a tumor here in the middle of my chest. >> the diagnosis, rhodgkins lymphoma, a cancer of the immune system. >> i then became a patient. it will be 15 years next month. and your world just stops. and as a young person who is getting to live my dream of being a doctor, that was very tough. >> she knew her prognosis was good, and she was prepared
's the question. >> hoping. because 200,000ness cities like new york, in cities like los angeles are certainly not struggling but that is far from being wealthy. they walked that aback a little bit on friday as far as that million-dollar mark. we are left to wonder is that a new approach from the administration. >> also wars. certainly foreign policy is joe biden's wheel house talked about the recession and two wars. take a listen to this. >> they talk about this great recession as if it fell out of the sky like oh my goodness where did it come from? it came from this man voting to put two wars on a credit card at the same time put a prescription drug benefit on the credit card, a trillion-dollar tax cut for the very wealthy. i was there i voted against them i said no we can't afford that. >> did you. >> according to the a.p. joe biden as senator did vote to authorize the use of force meaning go to war in both afghanistan and iraq. so when he says i voted against them, he must have been talking about the prescription drug benefit and the tax cut because he lumped them all together but he voted
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some brilliant sunshine here in new york city. which seems to contrast to this harbinger of winter. that's the 30 rock ice rink. it opened officially for the season just moments ago, everyone. i'd like to be out there but i'm going to stay here for awhile. weather channel meteorologist maria larosa is joining us with the forecast. >> alex, good morning. we had a major storm system beginning to wrap up in through the central plains. you can see with the clouds and the showers and thunderstorms already beginning to develop. this is the area that will likely see severe weather throughout the day. and unfortunately, it does mean the potential for a few tornadoes. as the area of low pressure develops it's going to drag through a cold front and it's right in that area between the cold front and the warm front, western missouri, into oklahoma, into texas that we have the highest risk for those strong thunderstorms. the gusty winds, heavy rain, and isolated tornadoes. notice on the northern side, too, from madison to minneapolis, it's warm enough for rain. in fact we could see a few thunde
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for kenneth phillips, who has long realized his city to get a feel for the danger and romance of space flight. >> it's the real deal you're looking at. >> reporter: and look at it they've been doing. thousands along the 12-mile route of what has been called the mother of all parades in his city. >> it's just an icon of america. >> really a phenomenal experience. >> reporter: there have been complainted about the 400 trees cut down along the route, though they'll be replaced two for one. some residents, the fact that they can't get close to the spectacle in their neighborhood. >> they're going to close off the streets so that we can't even be on the sidewalk. >> reporter: but endeavor's logbook is about to record its final entry. it's the real thing. >> every scorch mark you see, every dent that you see, everything that is there is revealing what the orbiter did and why it did it. >> reporter: it's the real thing. its work done now headed for home. >>> once again, here's lester. >> if you're a parent, you try hard to capture every moment of your children's lives with your camera. but because s
and washington there was a woman who forced both transit cities to display her pro israel poster which leads in part in any war between civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. at d.c. metro station at u street many passers-by frowned at the message. >> who is the savage? no human being should ever be called the savage. >> reporter: somebody has already expressed extreme irritation with this poster by attempting to deface it. they pasted something sticky with the word hate on it. this has already been mostly scraped off. d.c. resident diane tefter who told us she's jewish read about the poster and hand scrawled a counter-message saying all human beings are created in the image of god. she stood with her sign for a few minutes in front of the poster and asked a stranger to take her picture so she could post it on her facebook page. now a more organized response to the poster is being mounted by care, the council on american islamic relations. a counter poster will quote a verse of the qur'an saying show forgiveness, speak for justice and avoid the ignorant. >> this message is
in the city. purple balloons are going up in a couple of hours. one neighbor told me he robbed a beautiful young life and put a whole community on lockdown. you don't see kids out playing without parents watching them. >> we need to find him. >> reporter: and colorado governor called this an unthinkable end to an unthinkable crime in this community. >> gregg: dan springer live in westminster, colorado's. thanks very much. >> patti ann: after governor romney's strong debate performance last week, new polls show that the debate tightening in nearly a dozen battleground states. what does it mean in the final weeks of campaign season. jamie weanstein is co-author of the shocking inside account of obama's ambitions by an anonymous white house staffer. thank you for joining us. what does president obama need to do to get some momentum back? >> certainly on tuesday he has a chance to reverse his terrible debate performance of october 3rd. that will be another big national stage moment with millions of viewers turning in. if he can try to pick the moey l momentum away from mitt romney during that
wanted the oakland police to be able to look at itself and discipline itself. >> the city has thrown its hard work and -- hard-working officers and the citizens under the bus with this report. >> now, these disciplinary actions come at a time when homicides have spiked in oakland and the numbers of officers on the streets has dropped. >>> nearly two dozen people were safely rescued from a boat that started sinking in the san francisco bay last night. it was a 40-foot boat called the neptune and it hit something near alcatraz island and then started taking on water. two coast guard vels -- vessels rescued all 22 pass passengers on board. it was hosting a bachelor party last night. again, nobody was injured. >>> president obama will spend the next few days in historic williamsburg, virginia, getting ready for his second debate with mitt romney. romney, meanwhile, plans to campaign in ohio. as danielle nottingham tells us, the rival campaigns are each trying to pick up some momentum. >>reporter: vice president joe biden continued to play offense in wisconsin friday. >> it's time romney and
. >> republican candidate mitt romney is preparing for his second debate on to state and new york city. the president is spending the next few days in virginia which is a another battleground state. >> and timber authoritie are lookin in denver, authoritis are looking for someoneshot a bullet inside one of the presidential settings. >> mr. obama was last a guest in 2010 when the daily show taped. >> just a reminder you can catch the next presidential debate on comcast channel 193 or the digital channel 4.2. >> we are learning more about the suspects who murdered a teacher. >> and there is no fault at the golden gate bridge and you should have a beautiful day ahead. >> we are getting a first look at the suspects who are being charged with the murder of the retired teacher the police are stating that they found a couple driving the retired teachers car. items that were found inside of the victim's car help them to identify. these are the two people who are the prime suspects. teachinteachi >> the police are stating that they have evidence to show that they believe that they are the two t
with that part of the debate. with the again benn ga city stuff? >> definitely. you saw it coming into and out of that vice-presidential debate. paul ryan had the branding as this economic policy wonk and yet the first question that he faced was the administration's handling of the libyan attack and the assault on benghazi and he ended up taking the case to the vice president through the beginning of that debate and that's just been more fuel for the romney campaign ever since. you saw hillary clinton and the president saying nobody wants more than them to find out exactly what happened. so they have the administration responding to the terms of their debate where it used to be the administration was taking the fight to them, they're now taking the fight to the administration. >> i want to bring in peter alexander once again. peter travels with mitt romney. as they get ready for the debate, how much of the debate can we expect to be on benghazi and spent on the president's record on foreign policy? >> reporter: well, obviously that remains in the hands of the voters in that room with both mitt
's a live look from the top of the rockefeller center here. it's a very chilly new york city where the ice rink, the rockefeller ice rink officially opened today. weather channel meteorologist maria la rosa joins me with the forecast. hello, maria. >> alex, good morning. we have a major storm system beginning to wrap up in through the central plains. you can see with the clouds and the showers and thunderstorms already beginning to develop. this is the area that will likely see severe weather throughout the day. and unfortunately it does mean the potential for a few tornadoes as this area of low pressure develops it's going to drag through a cold front and it's right in that area between the cold front and the warm front, western missouri into oklahoma into texas, that we have the highest risk for those strong thunderstorms. the gusty winds, heavy rain and isolated tornadoes. notice on the northern side, too, from madison to minneapolis it's warm enough for rain. we could see a few thunderstorms there as well. it's just not going to be a cold system. as it continues to push off to the east
seeing one of your shuttles on the streets of any city. >> no, not at all. does make me a little bit nervous, i have to admit that, to see that out in the open. we're not used to having so many people around it. but it's been a great journey so far. everybody's been very respectful around the vehicle. >> reporter: you're used to having complete control over these things. you don't have it anymore. >> i got to walk with it yesterday. got to make sure it didn't touch any trees along the way. they did very well. >> reporter: a tremendous amount of pride we're seeing by the american public. probably more than you expected. >> absolutely. the whole community, people are so enthusiastic. when sit going to get here? i've been honored to be a part of that. >> reporter: there it is behind us at the forum. and the space shuttle endeavor. you hear the music playing, all that spacey kind of music that they like to play for these events out here. but what a spectacular morning view here. clear blue skies. the sun just coming up over the horizon here and endeavor about halfway to its new home at t
orange coloring. >>> new york city's controversial ban on large sugary drinks is seeing its first legal challenge. a coalition of business filed suit yesterday claiming the city's board of health overstepped its authority when it approved the measure. the new regulation would prevent restaurants, cafeterias and concession stands from selling soda and other high calorie drinks in containers larger than 16 ounces. the law is set to take effect in march. >>> and the time right now is 9:38. coming up how a clinic is making it easy for you to get a flu shot today. >> and a new chapter for a maryland teen bullied on camera. how he got lots of community support last night. >> an unforgettable moment for a virginia teenager at his high school home coming game. how his story brought out many tears. you're watching news 4 today. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, i
it for what it is, a terrorist attack. they see barack obama and new york city the same day as netanyahu and on the same day, instead guess on a daily talk show. sometimes the words don't come out of your mouth the right way. was it a good idea to spend taxpayer dollars on cars in finland or wind mills in china? was it a good idea to borrow all of this money from countries like clina? here's the problem, they got caught turning medicare into a piggy bank for obamacare. >> sean: when i watched the debate a second time, charles, really paying attention and listening more deeply and not as distracted by biden, i realized, i thought paul ryan did a really good job. >> that's what i was trying to say last night, firead a transcript, i think you would conclude it was a draw. each side made their points. there was no way to refute all the other points. i thought the moderator was extremely intrusive. i would like when the moderator says, we have to move on, for one of the candidates to say, why the hell do we have to move on? we are in the middle of a very important discussion. we are going to
, not a smart thing to do. so that is why we had to develop the route and get through the city. >> and you know, don, stephanie waits, and every time she hears "tight corners," the problem is there were trees in some neighborhoods they didn't want to cut down, the controversy, they had to cut down about 400 trees, science center said they put back two for every one they cut down. but there were some older neighborhoods where they didn't want to cut them down. so it made the clearances literally just a couple of inches on either side. and that has slowed them down, but these people have been really great troopers, you know, out here for four or fiveours already, waiting on space shuttle "endeavour." so you know what a big event this is here in the los angeles area. don? >> all right, thank you very much, john, we'll see you in just a bit. let's go to casey wine right now, casey you're a little bit closer to the shuttle right now, pretty close to you, what is going on where you are? >> well, i don't want to cause stephanie any concern, but she and john were just talking about these tight clearanc
. the city of newark, new jersey has a new class of firefighters who were heros before they put on their uniforms for the first time since world war two, nearly all of the recruits are veterans. 28 out of 31 and it's no coincidence. there is a new push across the country to hire veterans when they return home. job searching is one of the many struggles they experience while putting their lives back together. last month the unemployment rate was 9.7% for veterans of the wars in iraq and afghanistan. compared to the national average of 7.8%. >> at one point of my career when i got home, it was very hard to find work and i did turn to the g.i. fund and they help you to find employment and advised me. >> singing our national anthem, home of the brave, we've got to create a home for our brave. that means jobs and housing and an opportunity to show the heroism overseas, but come back and serve with the same courage and same valor. this is tremendous. >> the g.i. go fund, nonprofit organization that helps veterans make the transition back to civilian life, helps with recruitment. they
city alone, 911 operators reportedly get more than 10,000 butt dials a day. the president of a consulting group that works to improve 911 call centers has the following tips. take 911 off speed dial. put your iphone on lock and if you do accidentally call 911, stay on the line so you can confirm it's not an emergency. and as is usually the case, jimmy kimmel has the most cogent commentary. >> it's a huge problem for emergency responders. they're getting so many unintentional calls they're having trouble keeping up with the real ones so they put out this psa they're hoping will make people more aware of this. >> accidental dialing is overwhelming america's 911 call
sreenivasan explains. >> sreenivasan: so how much silk does spider-man need to swing through new york city? we talked to one physics professor who is trying to bring science fiction a little closer to science fact. plus, will the new health care law cover non-citizens? yes, if they're here legally. find tat story from our partners at kaiser health news on the rundown. and on tonight's edition of "need to know," ray moderates a roundtable discussion about the fiscal cliff and congress's deadline to deal with expiring tax cuts and automatic spending cuts. find a link to "need to know" and much more at newshour.pbs.org. judy. >> woodruff: and that's the newshour for tonight. on monday, we'll talk with npr's peter overby about spending by super-pacs on campaign ads. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. "washington week" can be seen later this evening on most pbs stations. we'll see you online and again here monday evening. have a nice weekend. thank you and good night. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ moving our economy
in new york city. and also a new development concerning illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. sources now telling nbc news that the federal prosecutors along with the fbi have launched a criminal investigation into the democratic lawmaker's finances, including possible misuse of funds monitored by congress. more on all of these stories throughout the next hour. >>> first, though, right now mitt romney is heading to a rally in lebanon, ohio. that rally set to begin in about an hour. the event taking place at a restaurant actually owned by ohio senator rob portman's family. just wrapped up in portsmouth where he talked about the presidential debate. he also hammered the obama campaign for continuing the use of "sesame street" references. >> in times like this, what is he talking about? saving big bird. when i'm president, i'm going to help save the american family and get good jobs for every american. . >> nbc's peter alexander is on the bus with the romney campaign, traveling to that 5:45 event. he is live on the phone with us. pete, this second rally of the day in ohio, i imagine we a
] at&t. the nation's largest 4g network. now covering 3000 more 4g cities and towns than verizon. at&t. rethink possible. >>> we're going to go back out to downtown los angeles right now. look at these people out there. it's not hollywood special effectstion, folks. it's the real deal. "endeavour," space shuttle has traveled 123 million miles and now is less than 2 miles from where it will rest permanently, where it will teach future generations about america's shuttle program. look at that. you see people on rooftops, people on the streets. cnn's john zarrella has a great perspective. he's up on one of those roofs. jonl, nasa is taking no chances here, going real slowly, they're being careful. they're close so -- they're pretty close, about two hours away? >> reporter: well, they're about 2 1/2 to 3 hours coming up now behind schedule. so they were supposed to reach the california science center at about 11:00 p.m. eastern time, and it's likely, you know, not going to happen that early. it's going to be a little late before they actually get to the california science center. but we
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